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Kickstarter to fund the molds necessary to make a plastic miniatures starter set for Dream Pod 9's Heavy Gear Blitz - Tabletop Wargame.
1,015 backers pledged CA$ 150,406 to help bring this project to life.
Jeff La Belle, Rafael Gutierrez, and 8 more people like this update.

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    1. Christopher on

      Consider the cross the body resin arms (upgrades) as optional buys during the campaign. Similar to the northern/southern gears - but shipped with the campaign rewards. Lord knows I need more HGB like a need a hole in the head - but I'm looking forward to helping this become reality.

    2. kayuna2000 on

      It seems that the proportion is good.
      I like split detailing of the head. I expect it.

    3. Gothmog on

      Some nice improvements on the leel of details and posing options of the models. I like the stockier build of these PRDF models. If there's room on the sprue a kneeling option for variety would be nice

    4. wouter
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      He looks excellent, way better than the warrior from last week.

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      Robert Duncan
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      Oo, I really like the looks of this one, I definitely favor the proportions here over the Warrior from last week. And the PDF setup is still great, looking forward to the next one!

    6. Frank Scheers on

      Fair enough. I've done it before, I guess I was just being lazy. :D

    7. Dream Pod 9 6-time creator on

      @ Frank. We though about that but decided against it, as we think it will be easy to glue the 2 one piece legs to the hips with just 2 drops of glue and get a nice pose. But if we made each leg 2 parts it would be a pain for the average player to get all 4 glue points right for the desired pose. For the more advanced modeler, the legs are plastic so they will be easy to cut at the knee joint and glue as desired it you want.

    8. Adam (TheDiceAbide.com) on

      These improvements seem awesome, it sounds like you learned a lot from the last Kickstarter and are really taking it up a notch with these. Looking forward to adding some PRDF to my collection!

    9. Frank Scheers on

      So, if we're going to add all the extra parts (which I'm mixed on), would it not make sense to go ahead and slot / round tab the knee, so we get a basic hinge joint out of it?